- Coming up this Sunday! Love & Light at St. Paul's @ 3 PM- 20th century choral masterworks by Morten Lauridsen and... t.co/SCZjqVt1wb
- Friday 2/21 Concert at OCC: Post Minimalist Music featuring works by Marc Mellits, Jacob ter Veldhuis, and Steve... t.co/PooZqWDgfY
- Concert tonight! Soundscapes: The Music of Edward Ruchalski- 7:30 PM at LeMoyne College t.co/AHEORM6mQg
- Check out this review by Sarah Hope of Sunday's concert "The Now Generation"... t.co/0uHG7Imoc3
- Join us on Tues Feb 11 for Soundscapes: The Music of Edward Ruchalski t.co/09lJQL6fED
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|1.||…[and of course Henry the Horse] dances the…: I. Genghis||01:01||$0.99|
|2.||…[and of course Henry the Horse] dances the…: II. Mandala Tequilandala||06:00||$0.99|
|3.||…[and of course Henry the Horse] dances the…: III. Machine with Artichoke Petals?||02:02||$0.99|
|4.||…[and of course Henry the Horse] dances the…: IV. Things Keep Going||03:26||$0.99|
|6.||Platter of Discontent: I. The Seduction of Brie||01:56||$0.99|
|7.||Platter of Discontent: II. Roasting Petunia||02:24||$0.99|
|8.||Platter of Discontent: III. Standing at the Gates of Orange Wheat||03:38||$0.99|
|9.||Platter of Discontent: IV. Paranoid Cheese||05:27||$0.99|
|10.||Platter of Discontent: V. Jello Infusion||01:28||$0.99|
|11.||Platter of Discontent: VI. Freedom of the Eggs||07:05||$0.99|
|15.||Triptick: I. Left (Foil/Clock)||07:45||$0.99|
|16.||Triptick: II. Center (Stretch/Steel)||08:55||$0.99|
|17.||Triptick: III. Right (Keen/Hide)||07:38||$0.99|
“Serendipity: Music from the Heart of New York” is a 2-CD set of world premiere recordings by seven Society for New Music commissioned composers and released on Innova 719. Serendipity brought these composers to Central New York, where the Society for New Music endures through snow and ice, sun and rain, to present new music year-round, commissioning and performing music by regional composers. Some of these composers earned their degrees from Eastman and Cornell (‘in the zone’ regionally), while others came via Mexico, Yale, Miami, Cal Arts, San Diego, Western Washington and Michigan. Their music is as diverse as they are.
The performers on this recording also came from throughout the U.S. and Europe to settle in the Heart of New York. Their passion for bringing new repertoire to life has kept them performing together for many years. The 2009-2010 season is the Society’s 38th consecutive season, and continues the tradition of commissioning and premiering one to two works each and every year. Commissioned works are repeated several times over the course of subsequent seasons and recorded.
The Society’s 5-CD set of American Masters for the 21st Century, also on Innova, featured 29 previously commissioned composers, including four Pulitzer Prize winners.
Performers: Linda Greene & Kelly Covert, flutes; David Abrams & John Friedrichs, clarinet/bass clarinet; Patricia Sharpe, oboe; Cristina Buciu, Ann McIntyre & Stephanie Koppeis, violin; Amy Diefes, viola; David LeDoux, George Macero & Wesley Baldwin, cello; Steven Heyman, Adrienne Kim, Sar Shalom Strong & Kirk Severtson, piano; Rob Bridge & Jennifer Vacanti, percussion; Cynthia Johnston Turner & James Tapia, conductors; James Abbott, engineer; Neva Pilgrim, producer